Category: Ceredigion News

Cwm Clettr dormouse - Em Foot

Access, boundaries and surveys in Ceredigion

With public access and so many paths on our reserves we have to spend quite a lot of time maintaining them and this is a …

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Hammer the Woodpecker

Hammertime

Meet the latest addition to our team at The Welsh wildlife Centre. This is Hammer, the Greater Spotted Woodpecker in his new home. He was …

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Woodland management

Mostly scrub

Our winter work programme is drawing to a close with spring on the doorstep. Coed Maidie B Goddard has had a lot of work done …

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Sedge Warbler Teifi Marsh

A year of monitoring birds at Teifi Marshes

As the days get longer and migrant birds start to head back from warmer places, the Teifi Ringing Group have been looking back over the …

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Volunteers at Coed Maidie B Goddard

More winter work in Ceredigion

Our winter work programme continues with more work in our woodlands and a few other tasks too. We continued with and finished the coupe on …

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David Davies by Em Foot

David Davies

We were very sad to hear recently of the sudden loss of David Davies of Aberystwyth, a Trust stalwart in so many areas of our …

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Common dolphins by Eleanor Stone

An unexpected visitor

Since early January the marine team at the Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre (CBMWC) have been monitoring an unusual occurrence in New Quay Bay. The …

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Volunteers at Coed Maidie B Goddard

Lots of woodland work in Ceredigion

Our winter work programme is now in full swing with lots of work in our wonderful woodlands and a little bit on our grasslands too. …

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Kestrel box going into place

The North Ceredigion Kestrel Project

As you are probably aware, the Megan Jones Legacy enabled a project led by Mike Hayward to get under way providing nest boxes for kestrels. …

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Caeau Llety Cybi Waxcaps by Em Foot.

Brambles, blackthorn and birch, oh and dormice!

We had an even better day than last month’s “very successful day” when we checked the dormouse boxes and tubes (and bird boxes) at Cwm …

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Ian Cowpertwait

Cors Ian – In Memory

Nearly 20 years ago, in the 1990s, 15.4ha of beautiful upland valley mire in mid Ceredigion was purchased by Marlene Matthews, in memory of her …

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Marsh Fritilllary Survey Ceredigion by Em Foot

Marsh fritillaries and dormice in Ceredigion

We continued and finished our marsh fritillary larval web surveys on our rhos pasture sites- walking a transect through the grassland looking for the webs …

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